Feb 19, 2013 Watching OpenMyEyesLord Strength and CourageNew BeginningsDon't EverInspiring Words 2To My Grown up Son webmaster ⋅ Inspirational ⋅ aging, old age, parents, time ⋅ 8 comments Facebook Comments comments 8 Comments « 1 2 Jane Ward Smith Aug 10, 2014 @ 19:14:07 Yes, Chee it is me back again to watch this wonderful video almost half a year since last I watched it and am touched again by the reality and beauty of this poem and video. My son was just here mowing my yard because I am not able to do it now. He was so kind and helpful. When I asked him to overlook my forgetfulness because I have noticed at times it is worse than others and that I’ll come around and press on as before. Misplaced items will be recovered and I wonder how they got where I found them. All I can say is that I am human and God loves and cares for me now as He has all the days of my life. I am still precious to Him and he continues to give me life letting me know there must be more work for me to do for Him. Lovely thought when I am discouraged and castdown. I’ll press on until the time He calls me home because my work on life is done. Thanks for sharing with us. Jane Anita Aug 10, 2014 @ 19:36:30 Jane I truly feel for you, as your comment was very meaningful and I find my self forgetting where I have put things, but I say a little prayer and before long GOD has led me to the right place. Yes our children are so loving and understanding when we reach the ripe old age of 92 years at heart, but slightly older in other places. I live in a board and care home, as I spend my time in a wheelchair, but thankful I am still able to wheel myself about. GOD has certainly blessed me throughout my life, which h I am very thankful for each day. Rachel Dayhuff Aug 12, 2014 @ 15:41:25 I loved watching them as they grew,_Oh! my_I was truly blessed._BUT Something went wrong~!>”_THEY LEFT BEFORE WE DID>< « 1 2 Leave a Reply Cancel Your Name * Your Email * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.